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Title Valedictory Address of Gen. A. M. Winn, President, to the Mechanics' State Council of California, in San Francisco, January 11, 1871. With an Appendix, Containing the Minority Report Made by Hon. Philip A. Roach, in the Senate of California, March, 1852; and a Speech of His Made at Oakland, June 30th, 1870. Also, the Celebrated Letter Upon the Chinese Question, by Henry George, Published May 1st, 1870, in the N.Y. Tribune; and a List of Officers and Members of the Mechanics' State Council, January 11th, 1871
Author Winn, Albert Maver (1810-1883)
Date 1871
Document Type Pamphlet
Reference VAULT 187
Library / Archive California Historical Society
Description Valedictory address of General A. M. Winn to the Mechanics' State Council of California, discussing the improvement of conditions for mechanics and other labouring men. Also includes a minority report made by Philip A. Roach.
Theme(s) Responses to Immigration
Country (from) China
Country (to) United States of America
Places California, United States
Nationality Chinese
Keywords labour, trade union, civil rights, Eight-hour Law, industry, racism, mining
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Language English
Copyright California Historical Society